FLAGSHIP OF PENNSYLVANIA ACT
                  Act of Apr. 29, 1988, P.L. 392, No. 61              Cl. 37
                                  AN ACT

     Imposing powers and duties on the Pennsylvania Historical and
        Museum Commission with respect to the observance of naval and
        maritime history celebrations; establishing an official
        arboretum of Pennsylvania; establishing an official flagship
        for the Commonwealth; and providing for interagency
        cooperation.

        The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
     hereby enacts as follows:

     Section 1.  Short title.  (1 repealed May 26, 1988, P.L.414,
     No.72)
     Section 2.  Findings and declaration of policy.  (2 repealed May
     26, 1988, P.L.414, No.72)
     Section 3.  Establishment of official Flagship of Pennsylvania.
     (3 repealed May 26, 1988, P.L.414, No.72)
     Section 4.  Powers and duties of commission.  (4 repealed May
     26, 1988, P.L.414, No.72)
     Section 5.  Establishment of official arboretum of Pennsylvania.
        The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania, which
     is on the National Register of Historic Places, is located in
     Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties and consists of 166 acres.
     The Morris Arboretum, which has been recognized as a unique
     cultural resource and is the oldest, most extensive curated
     collection of trees and shrubs cultivated for scientific and
     educational purposes for study and propagation in this
     Commonwealth, is hereby selected, designated and adopted as the
     official arboretum of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
     Section 6.  Cooperation with commission.  (6 repealed May 26,
     1988, P.L.414, No.72)
     Section 7.  Erection of signs.
        The Department of General Services shall erect appropriate
     signs designating the Morris Arboretum of the University of
     Pennsylvania as the official arboretum of the Commonwealth of
     Pennsylvania.
     Section 8.  Effective date.
        This act shall take effect immediately.